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The Ellsworth Store. I The Ransack, 1 TL. 1711 L Ci SOCIAL AND OTHER INTERESTS OF WOMEN THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. Mrs. Charlrs Varlfr, 212 W. Wayne Bt., issued Invitations Wednesday for an at-homc July 23, to meet her mother, Mrs. "Whistler of Calumet, Mich. The Home Girls Iliblo delightfully entertained afternoon at the home M. tudebaker, Jr., 12 The afternoon refreshments clas was Thursday Mrs. George. S. Scott st. was .spent socially and were served. Miss of lilanche Iunn. 203 S. Lafayette St.. will entertain the class next Thursday afternoon. The Thursday afternoon lUble class held a social meeting Thursday aft ernoon in the parlors of the Y. W. C. A. The third chapter of Acts was read and the remainder of the after noon spent informally. Refresh ments were served. SOCIAL CLUBS Mrs. MattJe Zlmmer and Mrs. Iaura Thomas were Riven a birthday fdiower Thursday afternoon at the meeting of the Kureka club at the i!hcmo of Mrs. W. H. Calvert, 102 2 W. i Colfax av. Needlework was a feature and refreshments were served. In 'two wcekn Mrs. Henry Martin, 751 Leland a v., will entertain the club. Mrs. John Lafayette st.. MISS JESSIE WILSON AND HER FIANCE PHOTOGRAPHED WHILE OUT WALKING TOGETHER W. Johnson, SOS S. entertained the mem bers of the o. A. T. club at her home Thursday afternoon. In the contest the favors were won by Mrs. Thomas Prldmore and Mrs. Joseph Chambers. Luncheon was served. In two weeks Mrs. Frank Lltznerski. 1137 Portage av., will entertain the club. Members of the Ideal Kmbroldery club were entertained Thursday after noon by Mrs. W. II. Hertch, 029 Greenlawn av. The afternoon was spent in needlework and refreshments! were served. In two weeks the club will meet again. Members of thme Itirthday club enjoyed a delightful outing Thursday nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jocob Kizer, two miles east of Mishava.a. j Dinner was served at noon a.id in the afternoon the guests played pedro. Favors went to Mrs. Black, Mrs. Wil liam Lamirand and Mrs. John How ard. The club presented their host ess with a rocking chair. A regular meeting will be held July :', 1 at the home of Mrs. Martin Ucach, on S. Taylor st. : ro ?jJZ& - V ib'h I l'-,.V-- f' :C :':v-1 - ' I ' mWl 'vtji 1-4' V : . -. . . . V T v.- If ' . . . . - -.v. . s -.- - - - : -. .- '. s v i t ' t ' ' ' ' v 't -v i' - I t.'l i - ' ': 3 v. v' 5 Miss Say re of wedding, towards Jessie Wilson, the president's youngest daughter, and Francis B. New Yorlc, who will play tho leading roles in the lflth white house They were "snarped" by the camera man as they were strolling the Wilson summer "home at Cornish, X. II. PERSONALS SUMMER GIRLS ' MUST BE DISCRE Madame Grundy Lays Down Laws that Must Be Observed to Avoid Gossip. Mrs.' George Wright and dauchter, Miss Marguerite, of Laporte. are the guests for a few davs of Mrs. lien libers, 226 . William st. Mrs. L. W. Piatt, of Marion. Ind.. Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Gill, .sj'.t Vistula av. Weir Mitchell, Iliversid" drive, left Thursday for a month's trio through Canada. She will Nit T i ronto. Montreal. ttnwa and the Thousand islands. Miss Nora F. N. will cf M -nroe, Mich., is visiting her brother, C. U. Kevell, 611 X. .Tain st. Mrs. Maude P. c rinilbrd. 1 1 r Franklin place, left Thursday for a ' two weeks' visit with her i:L-te.r, Mis. j George W. VanDvke. in I troit , Mrs. Katlierine Vae will spend the week-end in Chicago. Mr. Elmer Mc(1rogran. v!io for the past week has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Champaigne at 119 X. Hill st., returned Thursday to his: home In IXiyton. Ohio. Miss Margaret Krause rnd Miss Olivia Champaigne returned Thursday from a visit of ten days in Chicago an South Haven, Michigan. That introduces to you Mrs. Emily Itiesenberg, the noted American woods-woman who knows more about teasing appetizing meals out of the limit hI resources of a tent-kitchen than, perhaps, any other woman in the coum . . s. Kiesenberg has broiled trout in the pine woods of Maine. i he has roasted venison on a spit far up in the heart of Canada. She has cooked bear meat in the Kockies and has toasted clams in Mississippi! And in addition to all this she has gone on walking tours of weeks with her family "traveling light", as they say which means carrvinsr all food f supplies oi: the back as iishermen do. j In the Sunday News-Times Mrs. Itiesenberg: Is going to tell you what ! foods to take and how- to piepare them if you are "goin camping." You may rely on her information and thus insure absolutely the sue- cess ef ,our vacation be you a group of men, a family or a tent of girls! iJut in future articles Airs, itiesenberg wil write for stay-at-homes. She will te.l. in one of her articles, how most successfully to pack meals for an all-day picnic in the park. She wil! tell what to take for a beach-supper! She will tell how to cook your Sunday dinner on Saturday, to avoid heating the house up Sundays! And she will tell how to prepare cooling foods for sultry summer days! You will not want to miss these "outdoor moal" articles, written by the most noted Woods-Womp n from Mainea Mexico. Thev begin undav in the News-Times. WATCH EOU THEM! 1 -"'4: V-: ; CHURCH AFFAIRS Mrs. Pirner, 7;;:: Cottage Grove av., entertained the Florence Crittenden circle at her home Wednesday after noon. The program was in charge of Mrs. C. C. Peyrer, who read a paper on "The Religious Solution of Social Problems." Mrs. lialph Harris read an article on the minimum wage. law. Mrs. Evans of the Associated chari ties gave a rc-je'rt of the different girls who arc under the supervision of the circle. Mrs. William Edison. 140S S. Michigan st., will entertain the circle Aug. 20. f.y- m 'vt ; .'..' i : ;v-y . .. .v. Ft 1 day Pible classes 11 and 12 met Thurs- with Mrs. Emil Keyer, 2 4o Por tage av. The classes will continue to meet with Mrs. Keyer during July. The monthly thimble of the Aid society of the Indiana Avenue Chris tion church was held Thursday after noon at the home of Mrs. Thomas P. rt. 221 E. Indiana a v. Refresh ments were served the CO w mien tlW"o following the hour spent in needlework. Mrs. Walter Cramer, So E. Pubail av.. will entertain the society Aug. 21. 7lli WARD VOTERS. ATTENTION ! The voters ot the 7th ward will meet Friday evening at S -p. m. in Elder i-ehooi building. S. Michigan St., for the purpose of organizing a Joyce club. Advertisement. CIIEIUUES AND ITXE.Vl'PLE PKIi:itVES. Two bowls of cherries. One bowl of pineapple. Three bowls of sugar. Drain juice from cherries and add to the sugar. Dissolve, then place on tire and heat very slow ly. When boiling add fruit. Let boil very slowly -jntil tho juice does not spread when dropped on a plate. Do not stir too much or the fruit will be broken. Put in cups while "hot. Allow to cool and corn with paralfine. Strawberries and cherries are delicious, using equal quantities of each and as much sugar as fruit. Use the juice from cherries to dissolve the sugar. I MRS. EMILY RIESEXnERG. 7th WARD VOTERS, ATTENTION! Tho voters of the 7th ward will meet Friday evening at S p. m. in Elder school building, S. Michigan st.. for the purpose of organizing a Joyce club. Advertisement. To the conservative grandmother of today, whose girlhood was carefully guarded, the laxity disp!.t;.-d by the young people during vs at.Cn days is nothing short of appaiiirfr. Her up-to-date granddaughter, who has earn ed her right to carry a latch key along with her salary as teacher, stenog rapher, contidential clerk or salesgirl, tells grandma that this is a. progres sive age, and grandma is very apt to reply with some warmth that it is a K:andalous age. "Grandma's" forebodings are not without some reason. Of late years the summer girl has rather stretched the ropes of conventionality. Sh makes vacation or even summer days in town the excuse for doing those things which in the winter time she leaves undone, for accepting atten tions from men of a nature which she would refuse to accept in midwinter. She is very tipt to adopt a few open work manners along with her peek-a-boo waist. It is necessary to talk frankly with young girls, especially independent, self-supporting girls, about the favors, hospitalities and courtesies which they may feel free to accept from that interesting per sonage, the summer man. lit? Home lleforo .Midnight. In the winter, when a young man takes you to the theater and suggests supper after the play you are most particular n to the restaurant named and equally particular about reaching home before midnight. But in the summer, when the same man suggests an automobile trip, you stop unques tioningly at any roadhouse, suggested and the hour of your arrival at your own doof seems to be a matter of su preme indifference. The glamour of the automobile seems to dazzle you to the demands of Mme. Grundy. If a man asks you to go automobil ing you have a perfect right to ask the destination selected, and if the trip is to be a long one, to make in quiries as to your chaperon. Tho chauffeur usurps the post of chaperon only on a day trip. If a party of young people, say four or eix, plan an automobile trip of several days, a married woman must be included in the party. If one man acts as host to the party he foots all bills. If the men club together for the jaunt then expenses, including those of the chaperon, are divided among them. Etiquette of Breakdowns. In ca5e of a breakdown which threatens to be serious, the girl who has gone alone with a man and his chauffeur, expecting only a s'.iort spin, will allow no stone to be left unturned to insure her return to tho parental roof by night. If the man cannot repair his car, then he must care for the girl, sending to tho near est town for a livery rig and seeing her on board a train for town. He is then free to return and look after his car. Xo carelessness in this case is excusable. It's a progressive age indeed, and even farm-houses have telephones today. If the breakdown occurs at a point whero it is practically impossible to return to town, that is. at a resort reached onlv -bv motor or boat and the last boat has gone, then, if pos sible, recall some friend of the family who may reside at the resort and Dlace yourself under her protection over nitrht. If all else falls (and this emergency is rare) you must wire to your family of your whereabouts, go to one hotel while your host goes to nnother and register a vow never again to motor without a chaperon. A Day's Outing. The girl who goes unchaperoned to pass Saturday afternoon or Sunday at a nearby resort must be equally care ful about train or boat service. It is much safer to pass a few hot mo ments in the crowded depot or pier than to try to explain iaier on now you happened to miss the last train or bat. You may accept from a man an in vitation to attend a big ball game or sailing race, or sporting event of any sort, in another town, provided it is possible for you to make the round trip in one day. If it is necessary to remain over night in order to witness the race or game, then you must either have a chaperon in your party or remain with family friends while in the other city. It is absolutely im possible for a man to send you to a hotel and foot your bills, even though he retnnins at another hostelry. It seems as if such a word of caution were unnecessary, yet the news col lumns of the daily papers tell how girls make such grave errors and end In the divorce court. 7tii WAHD VOTERS, ATTENTION! The voters of the 7th ward will meet Friday evening at S p. m. in Elder school buildlnu:. S. Michigan St., for tl o purpose of organizing a Joyce club. Advertisement. philips ix in council. Oeorge Philips has tiled his papers with the city clerk as a candidate for councilman of the Fifth ward on the Democratic ticket. All the latest song hits placed on sale in lobby of Majestic theater. 10c a capy; 3 for 23c. Advertisement. R-A-N-S-A-C-K stands for Clear away with Us. It means Opportunity to You. The Ransack is a Clearance Sale Noteworthy for its Money Saving Chances. The Ransack Runs through the Store. Every Department- Take Men's Furnishings, for instance, we direct the At tention of the Home's Purchasing Agent o this Deparment because in so many instances She does the Buying for Mr. Man in this line. Outing Shirts, many of them with soft collars and soft cuffs, are in the Ransack at 95 cents each. Then the regular $1.50 Summer Shirts are being offered at SL05. New Summer Ties, in various colors, with stripes pre dominating, are now priced 25 cents. Then there are 50 cent Ties in Silk at 17 cents or Three for Fifty. Silk Lisle Hose 35 and 50 cent values are in the Ransack at 25 cents. And sav, we have a line line of White Silk Sox at 5o cents the pair. mi ytm to New Summer Frocks at Ransack Prices. ' Linen, Ratine, Lawn, Voile, Tissue and Lingerie Dresses; all entered in three big lots. Bargainland is being cleared we're going to Close Bargainland, you know through the working of an Automatic Sale. Goods in the Basement are on Five Big Tables Priced Today as Follows: 68, 38, 28 and 8 cents. The prices were one cent Higher yesterday. All merchandise in these Lots are being Reduced a Cent a Day, If any Goods are Left after the Price of One Cent has been Reached we're going to Give 'Em Away. Naturally with Prices Going Down at this Rate there's Quite a Rush every day. Lot 1, SS.00 to S8.5o Dresses choice 82.95. Lot 2, S 10.00 to SI5 Dresses choice 83.95. Lot 3, 815.00 to 825.00 Dresses, choice 8-1.95. . A slight charge will be made for Alterations. Mlk (Jlov( In colors only Kegul.ir !?l.r0 gloves Kans-ac-k Price b'Jc. Tt& UntoffrexT spot 'Sow? CRABIL TO SPEAK TO POSTMASTERS South Bend Official on Program at 16th Annual Convention of Postal Men, foctins Christmas Mrunps or charity foals. Mail bearing such stamps will not be received for delivery unle5s the stamp is on the reverse side of tho letter: HAS PARALYTIC STROKK. Manley Awry was taken ill lat Tuesday with n paralytic stroke and is confined to his bed at the home of his sister, SL'5 N. Michigan st. If you cannot eat, sleep or worl feel mean, cross and ugly, take Jlol lister's Rocky Mountain Tea this month. A tonic for the sick. There, is no remedy equal to It. C5 oents. Tea or Tablets. Coonley Drug Store. LIMA, O. Celebration of his wife's departure by noisy fireworks brought Sammy .McDowell a fine of five dollars and costs in court. LADIES' WHITE Best Sea Island Duck Button Shoes at the extremely low price of fflOE; This is a special number which you should see before purchasing elsewhere. UNION SEIOE. COMPANY J Cordial Invitation to Become Real Members of the Redpath Family, We have chosen this community as the center for one of our chautauquas because we have faith in the enterprise, enthusiasm and genuine Chautauqua spirit of your citizens. We believfc that the program we are offering this season eclipses any seven-day Chautauqua program ever presented and likewise we have confidence in the ability of the people of this section to appreciate good things. But not only do we invite you to attend, but to be come real members of the big Redpath family, both by fellowship with your friends at the Chautauqua grounds, and by making the acquaintance of the management, the superintendents and of the live young college men who comprise the tent crews. Cordially yours, ' HARRY P. HARRISON, Pres. and Gen. Mgr. Redpath Chautauquas. Cadmus E. Crablll, postmaster of the South Bend oiiice, will take part in the Drotrram at the 16th annual convention of ftrst class postmasters to be held in Denver July 2 9, T.O and 31. Mr. Crabill will leave with Mrs. Crabil) and their little daughter, July 27, on the special train from Chicago which will carry most of the post masters east of the Mississippi to the convention. Mr. Crabill will discuss "The Ad visability of Establishing Sub Dead Letter Offices, at Least One for Each State". The program of the conven tion includes the discussion of 16 sub jects of interest to postal men, in cluding tho questions of forwarding, salaries and whether patrons shall be penalized for failure to give full ad dross, necessitating directorv work. Entertainment features will be prom inent at the convention. Mr. Crabill expects to remain in the west with his family for a vacation, visiting friends. f Notice has been received at the .outh Bend pos'oltice of a ruling of the Canadian postal department af- avoodmi:x or thi: would. Special excursion for members of Fidelity Camp No. 2S. All members requested to meet at hall Monday evening July 21 at S p. in. sharp to make arrangements for best propo sition ever offered. Disability and death benefits guaranteed, Ice cream and cigars furnished. By order of manager. Wm. M. Bumbury, Cierk. 7th WARD VOTERS, ATTENTION! The voters of the 7th ward will meet Friday evening at s p. m. in Elder school building, .S. Michigan st., for the purpose of organizing a Joyce club. Advertisement. FOR SAT! HI AV ONLV. Your choice of any trimmed hat in this store at $2.0. Choice of any untrimmed hat 3c. Advt. Newman's-Williams EYES EXAMINED And irrtavrfce TllTd wlUhout t cc3 - Drug by M. LEMONTREE fcoxrQi Bnil LesJinjr Ovtonii-trlt c4 Manufact'irlTu? Ortrlan. 222Yt ao.-Mlcblaa Strr-t. Vuaaurs rroxa f ta 10.0 A. U. WINDOW SCREENS Torch, door ::iid every description. Order your NOW. Estimates fur cirhed. S. n. Screen Wood Novelty Co. nomo 71C1 812 11. Bawinaa WHEN YOU SELECT A lb 1 u from our stock you are making a good invest ment You're not spend ing your money. Frank Mayr & Sons Co. Biggest, Best, and above all the Popular Jewelry Store. MEEK EM M K2)Tr CML DRESSING SACQUES 10 dozen cool, comfort able garments in several pretty styles, made of dainty lawns; regular price S1.00 and 81.25. Special, 49c LINGERIE WAISTS Long or short sleeves, high or low neck, many attractive styles; regularly sold at SI. 25 and SI. 50. Special, 79c A new lot of Pique and Ratine Separate Dress Skirts, very pretty; regular S5.00 value. ipecial, 03.50 j II MP if 0 Cor. Michigan and Wayne Sts. I? I! 1 1 i; 1!